Colorado Woman Helps Set Off Historical Donor Chain: 'Have A New Family'Eight strangers from across Colorado now share a remarkable bond after a historical chain of transplant procedures at University of Colorado Hospital.
Intern Who Overcomes Challenges Surprised With Job OfferIn an effort to encourage young adults with disabilities to enter the workforce, those with University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora participated in “Project SEARCH.”
Colorado Chef Breaks Free From Rare 'Locked-In' SyndromeA Colorado man wants to ride his recumbent tricycle across the country. That's amazing because, just about three years ago, Jim Cohen couldn't move.
Family Of Critically Ill Father Of Seven Asks For Blood DonationsIn emergency treatment at the University of Colorado Hospital, Jacob Adamo has undergone four surgeries in six days and needs a liver transplant.
'Most Extraordinary Thing': Organ Donors, Families PraisedThe first successful human liver transplant was performed on an 18-month-old patient at University of Colorado Hospital in 1967.
Man & Woman Show Up To Hospital After Being Shot; Woman DiesA woman died after showing up to University of Colorado Hospital with a gunshot wound early Sunday morning.
Woman Regains ‘Quality Of Life’ With Spine SurgeryA long time voice and dialect coach is singing the praises of her spine surgeon. She spent months suffering until he solved her debilitating pain.
UCHealth Surgeon Has 'Hand' In Colorado Climber Reaching World’s Seven Summits Climber Kim Hess said her arm got caught in a rope and it twisted and snapped, leaving her hand facing the wrong direction.
77-Year-Old Coloradan With Parkinson's Does An About Face On MarijuanaA medical marijuana study at the University of Colorado Hospital is looking into whether pot can help people suffering from Parkinson's disease.
Olympians Visit Heart Patients For American Heart MonthSome heart patients at the University of Colorado Hospital were treated to a few special visitors on Monday.
E. coli Cases Linked To Romaine LettuceA warning from the CDC is urging people to be cautious of eating romaine lettuce after nearly 60 people were infected by E. coli bacteria.
Colorado Mascots Deliver Holiday Cheer To PatientsSome of Colorado's well-known mascots delivered some holiday cheer to those in the hospital on Thursday.